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Coat Hanger Hook - Top 24 | Office Products

Coat Hanger Hook - Top 24 | Office Products

  1. Y&ME YM Coat Hooks with Shelf Wall-Mounted, Rustic Wood Entryway Shelf with 5 Vintage Metal Hooks, Farmhouse Mounted Coat Rack and Upper Shelf for Storage, Perfect for Your Entryway, Kitchen, Bathroom Y&ME YM - Easy installationeach coat rack comes with screws and anchors included making ready to hang out right out of the box This wooden coat hanger is 15 inches long 63 inches tall and 39 inches wide Extra storage shelf the upper flat shelf in this coat rack is perfect for storing smaller items like letters mails herbs spices bathroom necessities or displaying photos small plants...

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Hit the Beach (Part 4)

Hit the Beach (Part 4)

Ending the 30’s and into the 40’s, we find numerous additional outings for the sand and surf crowd, mostly for leisure purposes, but with a couple of returns to the “Robinson Crusoe” theme. Interestingly for old time radio fans, we find two episodes broadly lampooning the famous “Jack Benny Program” radio show, which was peaking in popularity, one of which also plays upon the popular “radio feud” between Jack and rival comedian Fred Allen. Beach Picnic (Disney/RKO, Donald Duck, 6/9/39 – Clyde Geronimi, dir.) – This week Donald is our first average beach visitor, setting out the traditional beach umbrella...

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Best 25 Solar Powered | Novelty Coffee Mugs

Best 25 Solar Powered | Novelty Coffee Mugs

  1. Thomas Thomas Traceable Solar Powered Thermometer, 0 to 160 degree F, -20 to 70 degree C Thomas - 08 temperature sensor is attached to base by 10foot cable Solarpowered with backup battery for use in dim areas Measures temperature from 20 to 70 degrees c 0 to 160 degrees f with an accuracy of or 1 degree c Digital thermometer for monitoring temperature in liquids gases refrigerators freezers and water baths Calibrated to iso 17025 traceability standards for reliability of measurements   2. Liyeehao Electric Rotating Turntable, Solar Powered Simple 360 Degrees Rotating Rotating Display Stand, for Jewelry...

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Episode #102: Flash Q+A

Episode #102: Flash Q+A

Hello, hello. We haven’t done a Q+A for a while, so this week we took listener questions and made them into a flash Q+A episode. Keely is joining me as Emma is out on maternity leave. You can stream the episode here on the blog or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, and Stitcher. You can find the podcast posts archive here. Big thanks to this week’s sponsors! Be sure to check out the offers from Girlfriend Collective, JuneShine, Verb and Issuu. And if you’re ever looking for a podcast sponsor, you can find them on this page.  Show notes:  –Here’s a link to...

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Few things in nature are more dramatic or unpredictable than lightning—or more dangerou

Few things in nature are more dramatic or unpredictable than lightning—or more dangerou

s. The more you understand lightning, how to anticipate it and what to do in its presence, the safer you’ll be and the more success you’ll have photographing lightning. Forked Lightning, Point Imperial, Grand Canyon. This storm started out by the Vermilion Cliffs, but I was able to bring it closer with my 100-400mm lens. The “Shocking” Truths About Lightning A lightning bolt is an atmospheric manifestation of the truism that opposites attract. In nature, we get a spark when two oppositely charged objects come in close proximity. For example, when you get shocked touching a doorknob, on a very...

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